Amazing Korean Science Fiction Web Series on Netflix

Memories of the Alhambra, The King: Eternal Monarch, Love Alarm lead to love triangles.

Announced. villages. Searching for engrossing Korean science fiction web series? Check out our list of the top Korean sci-fi shows on Netflix, which showcases innovative concepts and captivating storytelling in everything from dystopian futures to space exploration. Discover the best Korean science fiction shows on Netflix.


  • A CEO in Spain ventures into the perilous realm of augmented reality games in the film Memories of the Alhambra.
  • A king ventures to a parallel realm and battles to save both planets in The King: Eternal Monarch.
  • A love triangle is revealed by the app Love Alarm, which detects interest within a 10-meter radius.

Announced. villages. Get ready to experience the science fiction realm! Korean media is rife with inventive concepts and compelling storytelling, from dystopian futures to space escapades. Discover the sci-fi web series rising star on the OTT platform as we explore the mesmerising world of the best Korean sci-fi web series currently streaming on Netflix.

If you’re looking for your monthly K-binge fix, check out our list of the best Korean sci-fi web series available on Netflix.

Memories of the Alhambra (2018)

Announced. villages. Director Ahn Gil-ho’s film Memories of the Alhambra follows CEO Yoo Jin-woo (Hyun Bin), who visits Spain to meet the creator of a ground-breaking augmented reality game. He works with Park Shin-hye’s character Jung Hee-joo, a hostel owner, to solve a string of sinister and dangerous events in which he finds himself.

The King: Eternal Monarch (2020)

The King: Eternal Monarch, directed by Baek Sang-hoon, follows Lee Gon, the fictitious king of the Kingdom of Corea, as he enters a parallel dimension and runs across individuals who are exact replicas of those from his history. Lee Gon is portrayed by Lee Min-ho. In the meantime, his evil uncle is trying to kill him on both planes.

Love Alarm (2019)

Love Alarm, directed by Lee Na-jung, is set in a world where an app makes your attraction visible to others within a 10-meter radius. Kim So-hyun plays young Kim Jo-Jo, who must choose between two men: the great man at college and her childhood best friend, both of whom “ring her alarm” but have very different approaches to love.

Live Up to Your Name (2017)

A traditional Korean doctor from the 17th century named Heo Im, played by Kim Nam-gil, is transferred to modern-day Seoul and conflicts with a young, upstart heart surgeon named Choi Yeon-kyung, played by Kim Ah-joong, in the Hong Jong-chan film Live Up to Your Name.

My Holo Love (2020)

A young advertising assistant with face blindness named Han So-yeon is portrayed by Ko Sung-hee in the film My Holo Love, which was written and directed by Go Nan-Do. Han So-yeon falls in love with Holo, a holographic AI assistant. They both understand that Holo is not like other people, which makes their relationship difficult.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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